Just ask Trenton Inman, 6, of DeSoto. Trenton’s proud father is Michael Inman, a member of Carpenters Local 92 in St. Louis. He posted this photo of his son on Facebook after Trenton took one of his dad’s bumper stickers to hang up in his room.
Mom, Erin Inman, said: “We’re against right-to-work because we have a big family and I stay home. He makes good money, and we’re able live off the wages.”
How will the right-to-work legislative veto session Sept. 16 to override Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon’s rejection of this anti-worker law impact you, your job, your paycheck, your family, our state’s economy?
You’ll find the answers and most importantly, how YOU can help in the weeks before Sept. 16 to finally whip this terrible bill, in a special 16-page issue of your Labor Tribune on July 30. The entire paper will be devoted to the RTW issue.
Get this issue for your members today by contacting Publisher Ed Finkelstein or Editor Tim Rowden at 314-535-9660.
SEND YOUR PHOTOS
In the meantime, let us know how you’re opposing RTW.
Send a photo of yourself or a family member with a sign or bumper sticker with your name, union local and hometown to Labor Tribune Editor Tim Rowden at firstname.lastname@example.org.